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“Our Freedoms”

This what the “troops” have been fighting for:  TSA agents demanded to conduct a full body pat down on a man after he had already landed and was set to leave Denver Airport in a security mix up that was caught on camera. Kahler Nygard flew from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to Denver last Saturday…

PA Heroes “Bust” Woman Over Too-Tall Lawn

“I don’t give a sh*t what you see,” the officer growled. “You see that?! It says POLICE.” TURTLE CREEK, PA — Police officers barged into a woman’s home because they wanted to arrest the owner because of the length of the front lawn.  A tenant answered the door and recorded the rude, obscenity-spewing cops making…

To Harass And Impose

harass and collect

It was a beautiful August Saturday night; high 70s, low humidity and mostly sunny. A local restaurant on the main strip of our town (honestly it’s not that much of a strip) hosted a small car show. The owner of the restaurant is also the owner of the developed & undeveloped lots and mini-malls in the…

“Swatting”

There’s this thing called swatting. It’s when a hacker finds the address of a person live-streaming, and anonymously alerts the local police of a shooting or bomb threat at the steamer’s location. Some time during the stream, police breach the streamer’s residence for all to see. Good fun for the hackers.

So, all someone (anyone, including police) has to do is call in a threat, and you lose your rights.

Notice in the video below they don’t read him his rights, as they search his phone and eventually turn the camera away.

Recent example, raid happens at about 1:40:

Article about the incident:

SWAT Team Arrest of Online Gamer Caught Live on Webcam After Hoax 9-1-1 Call

Elliot Hannon
slate.com

Jordan Mathewson was playing the video game Counter-Strike online Wednesday when he noticed something wasn’t quite right. “Uh oh, this isn’t good,” Mathewson said on the live online broadcast of his gaming session. “They’re clearing rooms, what in the world? I think we’re getting swatted.” Mathewson, sitting in a video game company in Littleton, Colorado was, in fact, being “swatted.”

Within moments, a heavily armed SWAT team charged in the room and arrested the gamer after a call to police said there was an active shooter in the building. “The caller claimed to have shot two co-workers, held others hostage, and threatened to shoot them. He stated that if the officers entered he would shoot them as well,” the Littleton Police Department said in a statement. “There were no victims or any evidence that a shooting had taken place.” The 9-1-1 call appears to be hoax. But the danger to Mathewson was real as police in Littleton, understandably, take active shooter situations seriously after nearby shooting tragedies at Columbine and Aurora.

The practice of swatting, as Slate’s Justin Peters wrote last year, is when “you contact the police, falsely report a horrible crime or a hostage standoff, and convince them to send a SWAT team to your unsuspecting victim’s door.” The high stakes prank, which also happens to be illegal, first blipped on the pop culture radar with celebrities getting swatted. Now, the BBC reports, some in the gaming community have adopted it as a way to sabotage opponents.

Officer Go Fuck Yourself

Officer Go Fuck Yourself

Here’s a clip that “law and order” conservative Republican types might get something out of: A “hero” cop points a loaded assault rifle at journalists and threatens to “fucking kill” them. What would happen to an ordinary citizen who did such a thing? He’d likely be dead faster than you could say “officer safety.” If, that is,…